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Old 08-06-2017, 04:28 PM
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Default Any hay wagons out there?

Last year we had a hayride at the farm. We used just a two wheel trail which worked OK. I have two axles that I want to use for a wagon. Looking for any insight on building a wagon with these axles. Pictures note posting. I'll try edit. Still not connecting.
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Old 08-06-2017, 06:20 PM
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You want to build a four wheel wagon for your Cub? Or a regular sized one?

You can buy a pretty nice frame for a 4 wheel wagon through Northern Tool. Frame is extendable from 49" to 78". $284, and to my zip code shipping is about $75, so not a bad deal. You still have to build the bed.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...ct_47661_47661


If nothing else, use the pics as a pattern to build your own. You don't need axles, as you can see, the whole running gear is fabricated.
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Old 08-06-2017, 08:30 PM
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Full size wagon running gears should be fairly cheap as opposed to building one from scratch, or are you talking a small one like JMech was describing? Even then I might would just buy one. I have trouble enough backing a full sized wagon with a farm tractor with individual brakes and power steering, ain't no way I would want to try it with a Cadet.
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Last year we used a 6' x 10' trailer behind the Kubota. Wife says we need a bigger wagon. Still can't get a photo to attach. Tried a e-mail saved photo. Comes up a connection problem.
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If you want a regular sized hay wagon, they're a dime a dozen.... really.
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My 3 year old grandson wanted to go for a hay ride,,,
He even loaded the grass clippings,,,

Kind of a DIY hay ride,,,

Did I use enough tractor??
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My 3 year old grandson wanted to go for a hay ride,,,
He even loaded the grass clippings,,,

Kind of a DIY hay ride,,,

Did I use enough tractor??
A WEEEEE bit of overkill.
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A WEEEEE bit of overkill.
A weeee bit of underkill
Had to move it cause I was tired of mowing around it.
Pretty sure that wagon weighs twice what dad's B weighs empty.
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